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Ruben Vives

Ruben Vives is a general assignment reporter for the Los Angeles Times. A native of Guatemala, he got his start in journalism by writing for The Times’ Homicide Report in 2007. He helped uncover the financial corruption in the city of Bell that led to criminal charges against eight city officials. The 2010 investigative series won the Pulitzer Prize for public service and other prestigious awards.
Ultralight plane flying with no lights drops 129 pounds of meth near Calexico, agents say

Border patrol agents arrested two people and seized 129 pounds of narcotics with an estimated value of $1.4 million after watching a suspicious ultralight aircraft land north of Calexico over the weekend.

Ex-San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputy sentenced to 35 years to life for sex crimes against female inmates

A former San Bernardino sheriff's deputy was sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to sex crimes he committed against female inmates in jail.

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